Over the years, our team has done webinars and written blogs and articles covering all kinds of things that come up during the holiday season when you are dealing with a cancer diagnosis. We thought it would be useful to provide a guide of sorts to all these resources. We hope these resources can help you navigate the holidays without stress.
2020 has been a rough year. The pandemic has challenged us to live “socially distanced, ” wear masks, and isolate. This hasn’t made the holidays any easier. This webinar provides some great tips for navigating the holidays during the Pandemic while also managing cancer treatment.
Struggling with juggling everything during the holidays? Worried about managing treatment, side effects, holiday parties, shopping, and family? Wondering how to honor a loved one coping with cancer during this holiday season? Our team hosted a webinar a few years back talking about these issues and more. It’s an oldie, but goodie that may give you some suggestions for keeping the happy in happy holidays!
This article offers some tips for coping with concerns that commonly arise during the holidays.
The holiday season can be stressful enough, but when you or someone you love has cancer, the season can be overwhelming. Use these five tips to reduce stress and keep the ‘happy’ in happy holidays!
For many patients undergoing active cancer treatment, their appetites and how they feel may not be the same compared to previous holidays. This can be challenging at times so here are some tips to help navigate the holiday festivities while staying well-nourished, hydrated and energized.
From Chef Ryan, a list of tips to remember when you are cooking for friends or family going through cancer treatments.
Looking for gift ideas to a friend or loved one going through cancer treatment? These ideas range from presents to gifts of time and help.
Coping with loss during the holidays is challenging. These personal tips from caregivers on how they managed the holidays after a loss will help you manage this challenging time.